Patient ID#: 2411
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This young woman from Pittsburgh was unhappy about her bilateral protruding ears, more-so on her right. Her goal was to achieve a natural appearing repositioning of her ears closer to her head. .
Please note on the frontal view that her ears are naturally positioned closer to her head. Critically, there is no “telephone” deformity in which the upper and lower parts of her ear stick out further than the central portion of the ear. This type of deformity after an otoplasty is a clear give away that the ears have an artificial appearance and must be avoided.
The view from behind the patient shows nicely repositioned ears that are appropriately symmetric.
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